Parsons says Newfoundland’s marijuana strategy coming — soon
Cracks in Placentia’s lift bridge sidewalks not so uplifting, man says
Newfoundland to participate in National Restorative Justice Week Nov. 19-26
Grant Tapper found not guilty of six violent crimes
Wellman died of single gunshot wound: medical examiner
Family matters: Carl English had plenty of reasons to come home
'Next thing, I see them in the obituaries': U-Turn director
N.L. prescriptions focus of new law
Victoria Head's murder reflects growing problem of violence against women, advocates say
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Jumping Bean uses new method to roast beans at new Mount Pearl facility
St. John's-based Kraken drills deeper into oil and gas industry
After a lengthy delay, work on a new hotel in Corner Brook has started
Steelworkers in Labrador City prepare to negotiate a new contract
Nalcor receives national sustainability award
Bonn climate talks end with progress despite US stance
BONN, Germany — As the first glimmer of dawn appeared across the Rhine River, delegates stumbled out of an all-night negotiating session at this year's global climate talks, expressing satisfaction Saturday at the progress made toward creating a ...
HNL project aimed at boosting employment in the tourism sector
Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador has been training people in the tourism industry for 35 years and with a labour shortage looming Juanita Ford said the group recognizes it needs to do something more. Ford is the manager of workforce and ...
Ombudsman: federal tax relief program needs funding to improve response time
OTTAWA — The federal government's Taxpayers' Ombudsman says the Canada Revenue Agency needs more permanent base funding for a program that provides financial relief to taxpayers who fall behind on payments because of a disaster or ...
Resource shares provide lift to Toronto stock index, American counterparts down
TORONTO — Mining and energy stocks helped move Canada's largest stock index higher on Friday, as U.S. markets fell into the red a day after making their biggest gain in two months. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 63.20 ...
Congress debates oil drilling in largest US wildlife refuge
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Sometime next April, pregnant cows in the Porcupine Caribou Herd in Canada will take the lead in an annual migration of nearly 200,000 animals north to Alaska. From winter grounds in Canada's Yukon Territory, the caribou ...
Bombardier hiring spree is signal of aerospace industry future for young
POINTE-CLAIRE, Que. — Bombardier Inc.'s hiring of about 1,000 workers for its new business jet is a signal to young people that the aerospace industry is attractive despite waves of layoffs in recent years, chief executive Alain Bellemare said ...
Teck outlines plan to spend nearly $500 million on dividends, stock buybacks
VANCOUVER — Teck Resources (TSX:TECK.B) has announced plans to issue a special dividend to its shareholders, in addition to its regular dividend, and increase its share buyback program by $230 million. The diversified mining company, based in ...
UK agency investigates mid-air collision with casualties
LONDON — An aircraft and helicopter collided in mid-air Friday northwest of London and a "number of casualties" were reported, authorities said. Fire and ambulance services rushed to the scene at 12:06 p.m. GMT (7:06 a.m. EST) near Aylesbury in ...
Quebec biofuel company partners with Qantas in first long-term airline deal
MONTREAL — A Quebec biofuels company has signed its first deal to power an airline's jets with energy grown from Canadian oilseeds. Agrisoma Biosciences Inc. of Gatineau will supply biofuel to Australia's Qantas Airways made ...
Green House Brands to set up Canadian base in joint venture with Canopy Growth
SMITHS FALLS, Ont. — Canopy Growth Corp. of Smiths Falls, Ont., has formed a joint venture to share ownership of the Agripharm indoor growing operation in Creemore, Ont., with Amsterdam-based Green House Brands. Canopy Growth (TSX:WEED) says ...